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Revision as of 21:24, 3 February 2010

Rural Record of the Mid-Southern States


Welcome to Rural Records of the Mid-Southern States

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Did you know that in 1850, farms in the U.S. that produced $100 or more in Agricultural income were included on a special census schedule. Learn more about these Non-Population Schedules from the U.S. Census below.

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According the 1900 U.S. census, there were 223,220 farms in Alabama


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1850 Agricultural Census Extraction Form
1860 Agricultural Census Extraction Form
1870 Agricultural Census Extraction Form
1880 Agricultural Census Extraction Form

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